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Q3 Recap: Catch up on ‘Featured Company of the Week’ stories

Indiana technology companies continued to scale during the third quarter of 2016. Our Featured Company of the Week profiles highlight an exciting roster of innovations, announcements and growth amongst rapidly emerging companies. The biggest headline went to Interactive Intelligence and the announcement of their pending acquisition by Genesys, a customer experience and contact center solutions company,

Featured Company of the Week Q2 Recap

Q2 Recap: Catch up on ‘Featured Company of the Week’ stories

As the second quarter of 2016 comes to an end, we reflect on the Featured Company of the Week stories we’ve published and recap what’s happening in the tech community. These startups and scale-ups are rapidly emerging, innovation-driven companies that could be Indiana’s next big success stories. Angie’s List — a TechPoint Pillar Partner and recent presenting

First Quarter Recap: Catch up on ‘Featured Company of the Week’ stories

As we close the books on the first quarter of 2016, we reflect on the many “Featured Company of the Week” stories we’ve published and see what trends they highlight happening in the tech community. These startups and scale-ups are rapidly emerging, innovation-driven companies that could be Indiana’s next big success stories. Several of our featured

Four-time winner DoubleMap on the Mira Awards: ‘No doubt it is worth it!’

Transit software provider DoubleMap broke into the famed Inc. 500 “Fastest Growing Companies in America” list in 2016, coming in at 93rd overall, and the tech scale-up remained among the top 10 fastest growing tech companies in Indiana on the list this year. The Indianapolis Business Journal included DoubleMap on its IBJ Fast25 “Fastest Growing Private

Kinney Group closes Series A round with Elevate Ventures and Plymouth Ventures

Kinney Group, Inc., a cloud solutions integrator serving the Global Fortune 2000, IT-centric mid-market companies, and US Public Sector organizations, announced today that it secured investment from Elevate Ventures. The participation from Elevate Ventures rounds out Kinney Group’s Series A growth funding raise when paired with the investment from Plymouth Ventures last fall, bringing the

Healthcare CRM hc1.com collecting awards, growth and momentum

When we last wrote about hc1.com a year ago, the leading cloud-based healthcare relationship management software company was focused on explaining the value of healthcare CRM (customer relationship management) in a post-Affordable Care Act (ACA) healthcare marketplace. As the company that literally coined the phrase and invented the first healthcare relationship management platform, it’s a

Omnisite: one of Indy’s coolest tech companies you haven’t heard of … yet

Just a couple streets away from Lucas Oil Stadium in a non-descript (but hip-looking) refurbished brick building tucked among family homes, a tech company you’ve probably never heard of is doing very cool things and ignoring conventional wisdom across several industries. Omnisite makes Internet of Things (IoT) enabled water monitors and controls — both the

Plymouth Ventures invests millions in Indy-based Kinney Group

Cloud solutions integrator Kinney Group, Inc. is getting a multi-million dollar infusion of capital in a growth financing round led by Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Plymouth Ventures. Kinney Group counts Global 2000 public companies, IT-centric mid-market companies, and US Public Sector organizations among its clients, including being a leading integration partner for next-generation platform providers like Splunk,

Behind the scenes, Healthx is making healthcare easier for everyone

Health insurance companies and other healthcare payer organizations are going to spend nearly $550 million this year on technologies that help them compete in a changing marketplace — a marketplace that is finally becoming more consumer centric due to the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and new regulatory requirements. Indianapolis-based software developer Healthx is poised to capture

Octiv is defining a complex and fragmented industry

The Indianapolis-based sales productivity software maker formerly known as TinderBox made a splash with its new brand name, Octiv, a couple weeks ago. Governor Pence even highlighted the tech company’s impressive growth in one of the largest job creation announcements of the year so far. It’s the “why” behind these major announcements and vision for

Q2 2016 Investments for Indiana Technology Companies

Indiana technology companies continue to close successful seed funding, equity and venture rounds in the second quarter of 2016. In comparison to Q1 2016, Q2 has seen larger investments across a wide range of tech industries. We compiled a list of public announcements to highlight the activity and interest. Cloud and hosting technology company CloudOne

PAN has the solutions to big talent challenges

If you’ve interviewed for a job recently, it’s probable that you were asked to take a talent assessment or several tests as part of the hiring process. Organizations are recognizing that these assessments combined with structured interviews can significantly increase the likelihood of success on the job. Use of pre-hire assessment tests and popular personality instruments

Vennli wins Red Herring Top 100 North America award

South Bend-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) company Vennli has been named to the Red Herring Top 100 North America List, a prestigious award honoring and celebrating leading private companies from the region and their innovations. Red Herring Top 100 America selects the award winners from approximately 1,200 outstanding entrepreneurs and promising companies every year from the U.S.

Perceivant inks milestone deal with University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Perceivant has closed a monumental deal with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill that will touch nearly 5,000 students and faculty immediately, marking the first time a university has required the use of Perceivant driven courseware for every student. The Indianapolis-based technology firm provides educational tools and health technology platforms to a wide variety

Angie’s List just did something remarkable

Something remarkable is happening at Angie’s List. The team at Angie’s List announced that it would remove the paywall for home services provider reviews — data that was previously available only to paying members — and simultaneously replaced the company’s entire underlying technology platform. Why is this remarkable? That paywall was protecting $70 million dollars

Vennli invents customer ‘choice factor’ visualization platform, disrupts market research

The $40 billion global market research industry took a $1.4 billion dollar hit during the Great Recession as corporations slashed budgets and stockpiled cash due to uncertainty and continuing rising costs. Despite the fact that it’s more important to stay close to customers and maximize every sales opportunity during economic downturns, most companies chose to

Geofeedia expands its role in pioneering location-based intelligence

Geofeedia burst onto the Indianapolis tech scene in 2014 with a couple of employees opening a satellite office for the then three-year-old Chicago-headquartered location-based intelligence company. Just 15 months later, 38 of the company’s 63 employees are based in Indianapolis playing pivotal roles in Geofeedia’s rapid growth, the development and launch of new software products,

PactSafe is transforming the way software-as-a-service companies use contracts

Let’s face it, business-to-business (B2B) contracts are a hassle. Despite their necessity, problems with contracts are the reason about one out of every 10 deals deals falls apart due to inefficiencies, legal reasons or other friction throughout the contracting process. And forget about analytics; accessing contract data is a manual process that makes getting a

Bluebridge rallies its mobile app success to disrupt employee engagement market

Since smartphone sales eclipsed personal computers in 2011, entrepreneur Santiago Jaramillo has been obsessed with finding better ways to communicate and engage with people under the mobile-first mantra. He founded a company called Bluebridge, surrounded himself with passionate fellow entrepreneurs, and quickly gained traction as a pioneer of mobile-apps-as-a-service — a flat-fee platform that provides

Some of the world’s biggest brands use inSourceCode behind the scenes

Digital agencies like Indianapolis-based inSourceCode rarely get the spotlight. Most digital agencies place the emphasis on their clients and accept behind-the-scenes accolades for their extraordinary behind-the-scenes work. Even if you’ve never heard of inSourceCode, you’re probably familiar with enterprise-level WordPress development and digital marketing they’ve done on the national stage for major media platforms including

Rook Security grows 2000+ percent, defines security landscape

Since Rook Security relocated from Silicon Valley to Indianapolis in 2010, the global IT security company has grown an astonishing 2,100 percent and now employs 55 people at its downtown and Carmel offices. Rook has doubled or nearly doubled its revenue every year in Indy, finally slowing to double-digit growth last year as the company

SmarterHQ stakes its claim as contextual marketing technology

SmarterHQ is TechPoint’s “Featured Company of the Week.” Learn about the program below. Shopping innovators like Amazon and Apple have permanently altered consumer expectations. Today, if you’re not delivering a personalized shopping experience, you don’t have to worry about competitors out-performing you — your customers are going to leave you anyway. 54% of consumers would

TinderBox cracked the code on B2B customer-behavior, sales productivity

TinderBox is TechPoint’s “Featured Company of the Week.” Learn about the program below. Business-to-business sales professionals have been trying to crack the code of customer behavior for as long as companies have sold products and services to one another. Understanding customer behavior is one driving factor for why companies around the world have spent $100